The dealmakers leading China’s modern Silk Road target Europe’s banks.
Apple is launching an expected “iPhone 8,” hoping auspicious number will turn sales.
China vows cooperation on all national security, including the Kem Sokha treason case.
China agrees that the United Nations should take more action against North Korea.
Thailand signs two contracts with Chinese state enterprises for a high-speed rail project with China.
China will give $80 million in funding for BRICS cooperation plans.
Syria aims to pull off a near-miracle as qualifying heads into a final showdown.
China wants to import 300,000 tonnes of rubber from Cambodia, as the Cambodian government boosts its capacity for direct rubber exports.
Marcello Lippi says foreign forwards in Chinese football is leaving him short of attacking options as he gears up for qualifier.
Earnings growth for China’s industrial firms cooled after accelerating for three months.
Rising corporate profits are providing Chinese policymakers with room to do more to tackle the country’s growing debt problems.
China launches an anti-dumping investigation into imports of Brazilian broiler chicken.
China purchased the most Treasuries in six years in June, vaulting past Japan as the largest overseas lender to the US government.
China will take action to defend its interests if the United States damages trade ties.
Facebook launched a sneaky photo-sharing app in China, giving it a small taste of the massive market’s potential.
Donald Trump says the United States’ nuclear arsenal is “more powerful than ever”.
China’s exports and imports grew much less than expected, raising concerns over whether global demand is starting to cool.
A Chinese man was detained after a bus station security scanner revealed he had his brother’s severed arms in his luggage.
Asean ministers issued a diluted statement on the dispute and agreed to its terms on talks.
Apple’s removing of apps to avoid censorship underscores the issue for US tech companies.
The United States and China piled pressure on North Korea to abandon its nuclear missile programme after the UN approved sanctions.
More than 2.66 million foreign tourists visit in six months, a 12.8 percent rise over the same period last year.
In a rare show of bipartisanship, Democrats urge US President Trump to stand up to China.
China responsible for “enforced disappearance” of Liu Xia, her US-based lawyer says.
Factories in China and Japan are motoring ahead giving investors optimism that the global economy can keep carrying momentum.
China’s manufacturing sector cools as foreign demand for Chinese goods slacken, but infrastructure push keeps construction moving.
China hits back after US President Trump tweets he is “very disappointed” in China following Pyongyang’s latest missile test.
Foreign direct investment is the key driving force of Cambodia’s economic development.
Government-owned companies to be registered as limited-liability or joint-stock by yearend.
Close-in surveillance of US military around China’s coastal areas a major problem between China and US.